Eight Best Practices for a Secure Cloud Deployment

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Browser security

In many cases users access the cloud through a Web browser. Make sure users employ strong client-security tools, where applicable, and that your browsers are up-to-date and protected from exploits.

Adopting the cloud into your enterprise can seem like a daunting task. There are so many options and factors to take into consideration, it’s easy for even the most experienced IT pro to pass over basic points when focusing on the more complicated issues. This slideshow features eight best practices from Evolve IP that you should keep on your check list when moving to the cloud.


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